The opening night film at this year's Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival was Shanghai Calling, a romantic comedy directed by Daniel Hsia. The movie is about Sam Chao (Daniel Henney), a Chinese American attorney who is sent to China on business, and all the complications that ensue in both his work life and personal life.
But since the red carpet takes place prior to the screening (and therefore we don't have any questions about the film yet), all we really want to know is:
How is Daniel Henney so hot?
Red Carpet Video
May 10, 2012
Interviewed by Ada Tseng
Camera and Video Edit by Craig Stubing
Featuring: Daniel Henney, Daniel Hsia, Eliza Coupe, Alan Ruck, Sean Gallagher, Philip Wang and Wesley Chan (Wong Fu Productions), Only Won (Baldwin Chiu), Bai Ling, Brian Tee, Sheetal Sheth, Janet Yang, Leonardo Nam, Art Hsu, Paul Dateh, Musa Syeed, April Hong, James Hong, Mary Sun, Amy Hill, Louis the dog (voiced by Kelvin Han Yee), Alexis Iacono, Peilin Kuo, Byron Mann, Krystel Gapasin, Laurie Tsou, Alan Ruck, Mireille Enos
We ask everyone, "Why (How) is Daniel Henney so hot?"
And then we ask Daniel Henney about the temperature of the room, as well as how the weather was in Shanghai while he was shooting Shanghai Calling.
Stay tuned for another interview with Daniel Hsia and Daniel Henney (with arguably more important questions about the film) as well as more coverage of the 2012 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival!
For more information on Shanghai Calling, go to the film's official website.
For a reason that Daniel Henney's hotness is a very important cultural and socio-political issue (with quotes from not one, but two, academics):
Asia Pacific Arts 2008 article: Who the Hell is Daniel Henney?